The Many Benefits of Bruce Hardwood Floors
What Can Bruce Hardwood Floors Do For You?
Hardwood flooring for your home is an investment that can actually raise the value of your home. That’s because hardwood floors are preferred by more home buyers than any other type of floor. A good hardwood floor can last a lifetime because it can be renewed over and over again by sanding and refinishing.
There are lots of manufacturers out there, but few can boast a history that goes back more than 100 years! Bruce Hardwood Floors can make that claim because they’ve been crafting quality hardwood floors for over a century. Companies that consistently perform with high quality products are the ones that stay the distance in a competitive marketplace.
The benefits of Bruce Hardwood Floors go beyond just a great reputation, though. Year after year, they earn awards and accolades from the likes of Consumer Reports, Remodeling Magazine and Builder Magazine. Here are a few of the reasons why people love Bruce Hardwood Floors:
No matter what you’re looking for in terms of wood species, Bruce is the most likely to have it — oak, maple, hickory, ash, walnut, birch, cherry and acacia. And each is available in a variety of colors and finishes to suit your taste and application. You can choose a beveled edge floor that makes each board stand out as separate, or a square-edge profile that will make the floor look more uniform. The choice is yours!
Any floor can look great when it’s new, but will it stand the test of time? Bruce offers different finishes to meet your individual needs. There’s a finish that’s made to deliver superior wear resistance, and another that’s formulated to resist spots, spills, and stains. With simple care and maintenance, a Bruce Hardwood Floor will look rich and beautiful for many years before it needs to be refinished.
Bruce focuses on quality and craftsmanship rather than volume. Most of the wood they use to manufacture Bruce Hardwood Flooring is sourced right here in the U.S., and most of it is premium and select grade wood, which ensures that a Bruce Hardwood Floor will have fewer streaks, knots or flaws.
If you’re in the St. Louis or St. Charles areas of Missouri, stop in at one of Edwards Carpet and Flooring Centers to see samples of Bruce Hardwood Flooring up close. We think you’ll be sold on the quality, beauty and selection! Contact us today for the location of the showroom nearest you!